Edited to only include Stunt Island-related files
wcPRO files listing. Date: 11/27/95 8:30am
**** Patch Files & Upgrades
AACFAQ.WRI 57K INFO: Aladdin Activity Center FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
DASWINUP.TXT 3K INFO: Upgrading to Animation Studio Windows Launchable.
LKASBFAQ.WRI 35K INFO: Lion King Animated Storybook FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
LKPS13.TXT 1K Update info for Lion King Print Studio
P1-123.EXE 62K PATCH: Mickey's 123's INSTALL.EXE AutoDetect Crash
P1-ABC.EXE 62K PATCH: Mickey's ABC's INSTALL.EXE Autodetect Crash
P1-BBPK.EXE 166K PATCH: Beauty & the Beast Print Kit - New Printer Drivers
P1-C&S.EXE 62K PATCH: Mickey's Colors & Shapes INSTALL.EXE Autodetect Crash
P1-DAS.EXE 330K PATCH: The Animation Studio 1.1 Patch - READ INFO FIRST!!!
P1-FTR.EXE 61K PATCH: Follow The Reader INSTALL.EXE AutoDetect Crash
P1-H&E.EXE 61K PATCH: Heaven & Earth INSTALL.EXE AutoDetect Crash
P1-HRH.EXE 304K PATCH: Hare Raising Havoc - Sound Blaster MCV/Thunderboard
P1-ROCK.EXE 55K PATCH: The Rocketeer - Sound Blaster MCV/Thunderboard
P1-SI.EXE 61K PATCH: Stunt Island INSTALL.EXE AutoDetect Crash
P2-123.EXE 749K PATCH: Mickey's 123's v1.5 Sound Blaster Patch
P2-ABC.EXE 711K PATCH: Mickey's ABC's v1.5 Sound Blaster Patch
P2-C&S.EXE 678K PATCH: Mickey's Colors & Shapes v1.5 Sound Blaster Patch
P2-MJP.EXE 606K PATCH: Mickey's Jigsaw Puzzles v1.5 Sound Blaster Patch.
P3-SI.EXE 1189K PATCH: Stunt Island Sound Blaster Patch File 1 of 5
P3-SI2.EXE 783K PATCH: Stunt Island Sound Blaster Patch File 2 of 5
P3-SI3.EXE 685K PATCH: Stunt Island Sound Blaster Patch File 3 of 5
P3-SI4.EXE 1158K PATCH: Stunt Island Sound Blaster Patch File 4 of 5
P3-SI5.EXE 375K PATCH: Stunt Island Sound Blaster Patch File 5 of 5
PB-FTR-A.EXE 771K PATCH: Follow The Reader v1.1 Sound Blaster Patch. 1 of 3
PB-FTRB.EXE 748K PATCH: Follow The Reader v1.1 Sound Blaster Patch. 2 of 3
PB-FTRC.EXE 734K PATCH: Follow The Reader v1.1 Sound Blaster Patch. 3 of 3
README.TXT 21K PATCH INFORMATION: Sound Blaster Patch Upgrades. DOS programs only.
SSUPGRDE.TXT 3K INFO: Information on getting the Sound Source Driver Disk
WIN31DRV.ZIP 22K UPGRADE: The Sound Source Windows Sound Driver.
WINLNCH.EXE 105K UPGRADE: Windows Launchers for Disney Software's (DOS) based Programs.
**** Stunt Island Films IBM
001.FLM 111K .FLM File. "Clash of the Sabre" by George Dean.
2000AD.ZIP 84K .FLM File. "2000 AD" by Yen Chen.
AFS.FLM 46K .FLM file. "Adventures of Frank & Scott" by James Slayton.
AIRHEAD.ZIP 107K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Airhead Films Logo" by David Southwood.
AIRPORT.ZIP 151K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Airport Mishap" by Danny Rosenbaum.
AIRSALL.ZIP 276K .FLM/.ALL Files. "F-18 Airshow" by Brian Lawler.
AIRSFLM.ZIP 43K .FLM File. "F-18 Airshow" by Brian Lawler
AIRWAR.ZIP 206K .FLM File. "Air War" by Shogo Iwai.
APERNSTY.ZIP 903K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Pterodactylmen of Pern" by Edward Reno.
APES.ZIP 240K .FLM File. "Apes" by Wayne Poe.
APESALL.ZIP 236K 241K .FLM/.ALL ".all file for apes.zip"
APPROACH.ZIP 324K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Final Approach" by Gene Davis.
AQUA_JET.ZIP 15K .FLM/.SET Files. "Aquaduct Jet Chase" by Jeremy Reaban.
ARMYATTK.ZIP 87K .FLM/.ALL files. "Army Attack" by Paul Underwood.
ATA.ZIP 25K .FLM File. "ATA" by Shogo Iwai.
ATTACK.ZIP 272K .FLM/.ALL Files. "P-38 Attack" by Eric Moody.
AUTOMATE.ZIP 9K INFO: .TKE\.SET files. Tutorial on automated props.
BACKSTB1.ZIP 247K .FLM File. "Back Stab" by Lance Micklus. 20 minute movie!
BACKSTB2.ZIP 924K .ALL File. "Back Stab" by Lance Micklus. (for BACKSTB1.ZIP)
BADLAND.ZIP 42K .FLM File. "No Place To Land" by Ikbal Bliss
BALANCE.ZIP 209K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Balance" by Rafael Tiffany.
BALOON-A.ZIP 342K .FLM/.ALL/.SET Files. "WWI Ballon Buster" by Edward Reno.
BALOON-F.ZIP 124K .FLM/.SET Files. "WWI Ballon Buster" by Edward Reno.
BANDIT.ZIP 24K .FLM File. "Highway Bandit" by Ikbal Bliss.
BANK.ZIP 13K .FLM File "Film of Bank Robbery" By Patrick Hartman
BARN.ZIP 101K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Barnyard" by Danny Rosenbaum.
BATHROOM.FLM 13K .FLM File. "When You Gotta Go..." by Patrick Di Panni.
BATTLE.FLM 79K .FLM File. "Attack on a fleet of P38s" by Seth Norman
BEAR.ZIP 57K .FLM File. "Tupolev Bombing Run" by James Frymire.
BEARSALL.ZIP 1202K .ALL File. "Dances With Bears" by Shawn Jipp. File 2 of 2.
BEARSFLM.ZIP 160K .FLM/.SET Files. "Dances With Bears" by Shawn Jipp. 1 of 2.
BEAR_SET.ZIP 2K .SET File. "P-51 Shooting Down Two Bears" By Kurt Frymire.
BHCHASE.ZIP 54K .FLM File. "Blackhawk Chase" by Joshua Rothman.
BIGFOOT.ZIP 4K .FLM File. "Bigfoot" by Craig Weinman.
BIGMAN.ZIP 205K .FLM File "The Bigman" by Steve St.John
BILLY1.ZIP 105K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Billy Bulldozer" by Dan Schwemlein.
BLOODY.ZIP 48K .FLM File. "Messy Escape from Alcatraz" by Barry Johnson.
BOMBCITY.ZIP 14K .FLM File. "Terrorist Bombing" by Axel Guiloff.
BOMBING.ZIP 23K .FLM/.SET Files. "Bombing Tutorial" by Dave & Leonard
BOMBRUN.ZIP 229K .FLM File. "Bombing Run Tutorial" by Rafael Tiffany.
BOMRUN.ZIP 441K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Way Cool A-10 Mission" by Pete Paglia.
BOMRUN1.ZIP 87K .FLM File. "Bombing Run" by Pete Paglia.
BONDO.ZIP 262K .FLM File. "Jimmy Bondo" by George White.
BRNSTRM.ZIP 225K .FLM/.ALL/.SET Files. "Barnstormers" by Michael Brunk.
BRNTRI.ZIP 91K .FLM/.ALL/.SET Files. "Barn To the Future" by Phil "BW" Camp
BUSDRIVR.ZIP 90K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Insane Bus Driver" by Lance Micklus.
BUSMAN.ZIP 30K .FLM File. "Bus Man" by Max Shantar.
BUSMAN2.ZIP 24K .FLM/.SET Files. "The Return of Busman" by Evan Thompson
BUSMAN3.ZIP 85K .FLM/.SET Files. "Busman is back again" by Steven Whitacre
CAN.ZIP 144K .FLM/.ALL File. "F18A Canyon Flying" by Marc Sipe.
CARRIER.FLM 45K .FLM File. "F-18 Hornet Carrier Landing" by Adam Soloway
CARRIER.ZIP 27K .FLM File. "Carrier" by Kurt Frymire.
CATCH.ZIP 16K .FLM/.SET Files. "Catch That Guy" by Jim "Jimbo" Ross.
CHASE.ZIP 188K .FLM File. "The Chase" by Larry Schneider.
CNTRSTRK.ZIP 141K .FLM File. "COUNTERSTRIKE" by Brian Key
COLISEUM.ZIP 261K .FLM/.SET/.TKE Files. "Save the Coliseum" by Scott Stephens
COLLECTN.ZIP 124K .FLM File. "The Kurt Frymire Collection" by Kurt Frymire.
COLLISN.FLM 14K .FLM File. "Airliner Collision at LAX" by James Slayton.
COPTER.ZIP 74K .FLM/.ALL Files. "A Helicopter Landing" by J.D. Bamboo.
CORSAIR.FLM 17K .FLM File. "Corsair Carrier Takeoff" by Tim Edmonds
COW.ZIP 87K .FLM File "One Angry Cow" by Brad Simpson - Great Film
COWS.ZIP 31K .FLM File. "Cows" by Randy Lockwood.
COWSRVNG.ZIP 101K .FLM File. "A cow's revenge...." by Dave Hansen.
DAGS09.ZIP 268K .FLM/.ALL File. "The Last Warbird" by Dave Goodwin.
DC10.ZIP 299K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Disaster on Flight 289" by J.D. Bamboo.
DEMO01.ZIP 66K .FLM File. "UFO Demo" by Unknown. Text is in German.
DESPERAT.ZIP 1103K .FLM/.SMP Files. A film by Barry Johnson.
DESTR.ZIP 19K .FLM File. "Destruction On The Bridge" by Jeff Haas.
DHIWAY.ZIP 169K .FLM/.ALL File. "The Highway" Stunt Island Film, Dig. Vers.
DING.ZIP 433K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Dingead and Dollface" by Bob Dence.
DING2.ZIP 885K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Dinghead and Dollface II" by Bob Dence.
DING3.ZIP 447K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Dinghead and Dollface III" by Bob Dence.
DINTRO.ZIP 353K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Stunt Island Intro" Digital Music Version
DOGFITE.ZIP 36K .FLM File. "F-18/Mig-29 Dogfight" by Kurt Frymire.
DPLANES.ZIP 382K .FLM/.ALL Files. "The Planes" Digital Music Version.
DRIVING.ZIP 25K .FLM/.SET Files. "Making Cars Turn Corners" Tutorial by Dave
DRUGALL.ZIP 286K .FLM/.ALL/.SET Files. "Drug Wars" by Brain Lawler.
DRUGSET.ZIP 47K .FLM/.SET Files. "Drug Wars" by Brian Lawler.
DUCKHUNT.ZIP 120K .FLM File. "Duck Hunting Trip" by Mike Cornelius.
EAGLE.ZIP 193K .FLM File. "Eagle" by Charles Hamilton
ELECTRO.ZIP 199K .FLM File. "Electro Man" by Ikbal Bliss (12+ minute film)
ESCAPE.ZIP 15K .FLM File. "The Escape" by Chris Brook.
ESCDTH.ZIP 56K .FLM File. "Escape from Death" by Greg McLeod & Mark O'Byrne
F15.ZIP 321K .FLM/.ALL Files. "F-15 EAGLE" by Steve Brundler.
F162.ZIP 237K .FLM/.ALL Files. "F16" by Axel Guiloff.
FIELD.ZIP 9K .FLM File. "The Bad Field Trip" by Craig Weinman
FIGHT.ZIP 116K .FLM File. "Billy vs Jeff" by Billy Benson. 9 minutes!
FILMS.ZIP 90K .FLM File. "Ghost of a Warbird" by Bill Lock.
FIND&HIT.ZIP 12K .FLM/.SET Files. "Tutorial #5: Intercept & Collide"
FISHTRIP.ZIP 29K .FLM File. "A Fishing Trip" by Mike Cornelius.
FLYARCH.ZIP 143K .FLM/.ALL Files. "A Short Film" by Myles Villoria.
FLYBY.ZIP 27K .FLM/.SET Files. "Flyby" by Eric Moody.
FLYTHRU.ZIP 15K .FLM/.SET/.TKE Files. "Stunt Island Film" by Brad Elliot.
FREEWAY.ZIP 79K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Wrong Place, Wrong Time" by J.D. Bamboo.
FUGITIVE.FLM 93K .FLM File. "Man Escaping Alcatraz" by David Chung.
FUTURE.ZIP 23K .FLM/.SET Files. "Back To The Future" by Larry Schneider.
HAHA.ZIP 207K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Horsing Around" by TTMY.
HANG.ZIP 10K .FLM File "Hang gliding on STUNT ISLAND By Tim Edmonds
HANGIN.ZIP 362K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Hang In There" by Chris McNulty.
HAUNTED.ZIP 19K .FLM/.SET files. "Nightmare on Stunt Island" by Tim Edmonds
HAWK.ZIP 31K .FLM File. "Hawk Destroys Football Field" by Bryce Penberthy
HELPCK.ZIP 3K .SET File. "Get The Towel Stunt" by Jim Ross.
HENGE.FLM 14K .FLM File. "No Name Suplied" FROM JOE PENA PRODUCTIONS
INCOMMIN.ZIP 537K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Incomming" by Tom Minton.
INSANE.ZIP 146K .FLM/.ALL Files. "The Insane Cameraman" by Bryce Penberthy.
INSANEFL.ZIP 27K .FLM File. "The Insane Cameraman" by Bryce Penberthy
INSURE1.ZIP 242K .FLM/.ALL files. "Insurance Commercial #1" by D. Southwood
INSURE2.ZIP 178K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Insurance Commercial #2 by D. Southwood.
INTRO.FLM 5K .FLM File. "My intro for Stunt Island!!" by Wizard.
JASON.FLM 90K .FLM File. "Barnstorming" by Tim Edmond's son!
JEEPFALL.ZIP 33K .FLM File. "Hit the Jeep" by Barry Johnson.
JOYRIDE1.ZIP 50K .FLM File. "Joyride" by Kevin Day & Jeff Rahn. 1 of 2
JOYRIDE2.ZIP 296K .ALL File. "Joyride" by Kevin Day & Jeff Rahn. 2 of 2
JURASIC1.ZIP 29K .FLM File. "Jurassic Park II-preview" by Mark O'Byrne. 1of2
JURASIC2.ZIP 348K .ALL File. "Jurassic Park II-Preview" by Mark O'Byrne. 2of2
LAND.ZIP 2K .SET File. "Landing on the Yorktown" by Kurt Frymire.
LAXCRACH.ZIP 21K .FLM File. "LAX Crash" by Unknown.
LEAP.ZIP 148K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Leap of Faith" by Michael Brunk.
LIBERTY.ZIP 49K .FLM File. "Liberty" by Barry Johnson.
LIMITS.ZIP 21K .FLM File. "Limitations" by Ikbal Bliss.
MACIDENT.ZIP 7K .FLM File. "The Missile Accident" by David Chrismas.
MAXX1.ZIP 562K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Meet Maxx Stunt" by Courtney Jackson.
MICROSFT.ZIP 112K .FLM File. "MicroSoft Takes Over The World" by Quarex Osis
MIGDEATH.ZIP 127K Mig Death! A FLM for Stunt Island about a MIG29 and an F18. My 1st FLM
MISSION.ZIP 120K .FLM File. "This Mission" by Michael Bay
MISSLE1.ZIP 11K .FLM File. "A Missile Test" by David Chrismas.
MOTOR1.ZIP 175K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Motor Stunt #1" by Rafael Tiffany.
MOVIE.FLM 16K .FLM File. "Cafe crash" by Seth Norman.
MOVIE.ZIP 98K .FLM File. "The UFO" by Yen Chen.
PARAES.ZIP 31K .FLM File. "Parachute Escape" by Paul Rydell/Tom Scharfeld.
PEARL.ZIP 676K .FLM/.ALL File: "Pearl Harbor" by Don Cameron
PETRO.ZIP 114K .FLM File. "Ze Petrol Intercept" By Tom Minton
PHALYNX.ZIP 7K .FLM File. "Navy Phalynx Gun in Action" by Adam Soloway.
PICKUP.ZIP 203K .FLM/.ALL/.SET Files. "Revenge of the Ptery" by D. Willens.
PITTS.FLM 37K .FLM File. "stunt flying pitt special" by Tim Edmonds
PKACKTUS.ZIP 502K .FLM/.ALL/.TKE/.SET Files. "Desert Escape" by Lance Micklus.
POE3.ZIP 226K .FLM File. "The Enterprise Incident" by Wayne Poe.
POE3ALL.ZIP 845K 854K .FLM/.ALL ".all file for Stunt Island film poe3.zip"
POE4.ZIP 10K .FLM File. "Delorean Test 1" by Wayne Poe.
POE4ALL.ZIP 334K 341K .FLM/.ALL ".all file for Stunt Island film, Poe4.zip"
POE5.ZIP 291K .FLM File. "Fartman" by Wayne Poe.
POE5ALL.ZIP 834K 854K .FLM/ALL ".all file for Stunt Island film Poe5.zip"
POE6.ZIP 141K 144K .FLM/.ALL "stunt island film"
POE6ALL.ZIP 404K 414K .FLM/.ALL ".all file for stunt island film, poe6.zip"
POLICE.ZIP 38K .FLM File. "Super Police Car" by Yen Chen.
POST.FLM 1K .FLM File "Disgruntled Postal Workers Convention"
PRE-MTK.ZIP 14K .FLM File. "Preview of Mission to Kill" by Philip Choi
PSYBUS.ZIP 9K .FLM File. "Psycho Bus Driver Redone" by Rafael Tiffany.
RAID.ZIP 121K .FLM/.ALL files. "City Raid" By Paul Underwood.
REALISM.ZIP 351K .FLM/.ALL/.SET/.TKE Files. SIUPDATE Tutorial #4: Set Realism
REDALRT1.ZIP 61K .FLM File. "Red Alert" by Keith Heitmann. File 1 of 2.
REDALRT2.ZIP 316K .ALL File. "Red Alert" by Keith Heitmann. File 2 of 2.
REMOTE.ZIP 14K .FLM/.SET Files. "Radio Control Flying DEMO" by SYSOP.
REMOTE3.ZIP 8K .FLM File. "RC Flying in REMOTE.SET" by Tim Edmonds.
RENEGADE.ZIP 25K .FLM File: "Truck On The Rampage" by Glenn Highcove.
RETURN.ZIP 249K .FLM/.SMP Files. "Mickey's Return" by Christian Zane
REV2PREV.ZIP 49K .FLM File. "Mickey's Revenge 2-PREVIEW" by Christian Zane.
REVENGE.ZIP 168K .FLM file. "Mickey's Revenge" by Christian Zane.
REVFIGHT.ZIP 88K .FLM File. "Dogfight!" by Christian Zane.
REVSAV.ZIP 37K .FLM File. "Savages" by Christian Zane.
REVTIPS.ZIP 8K Stunt Island Tips & Tricks by Christian Zane
RGC10.ZIP 5K .FLM File. "Preview" by Dick Campbell.
ROD.FLM 13K .FLM File. A film done by Seth Norman
ROSWELL.FLM 90K .FLM File. "UFO Crash In Roswell, NM" by Bob Menikheim.
ROSWELL.ZIP 234K .FLM/.ALL Files. "UFO Crash In Roswell, NM" by Bob Menikheim
SCENE4.ZIP 76K Stunt Island Scene 4 Stunt--FLM and ALL files
SCENE5.ZIP 79K .FLM File. "Save the Governor--Stunt 5" by Dick Campbell.
SCOUT.ZIP 62K .FLM File. "Scout" by Shogo Iwai.
SHIWAY.ZIP 112K .FLM/.ALL Files. "The Highway" Synthesized Music Version
SHOOTER.ZIP 32K .FLM file. "Shooter" by Tim White
SHUTTL.ZIP 36K .SET/.TKE Files. "Shuttle Landing" by Randy Lockwood.
SHUTTLE.ZIP 34K .FLM File. "Shuttle Takeoff" by Unknown.
SI-CAR.ZIP 344K .FLM/.ALL/.SET Files. "Save The Stealth" by Scott Stephens.
SICON.TXT 29K INFO: Compuserve Stunt Island Formal Conference text.
SICR1.ZIP 482K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Carrier Strike" by Glen "Wiley" Wilson.
SIDEM1D.ZIP 950K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Demo #1: Scouting Locations" Digital Music
SIDEM1S.ZIP 529K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Demo #1: Scouting Locations" Synth Version
SIDEM2D.ZIP 650K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Demo #2: The Aircraft" Digital Music Vers.
SIDEM2S.ZIP 402K .FLM/.ALL File. "Demo #2: The Aircraft" Synthesized Music.
SIDEM3D.ZIP 1156K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Demo #3: Our Movie" Digital Music Version.
SIDEM3S.ZIP 970K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Demo #3: Our Movie" Synthesized Music Vers
SIDM3AD.ZIP 806K .FLM/.ALL Files. "SI Demo #3 - Section A" Digital Music
SIDM3BD.ZIP 363K .FLM/.ALL Files. "SI Demo #3 - Section B" Digital Music
SIDM3CD.ZIP 482K .FLM/.ALL Files. "SI Demo #3 - Section C" Digital Music
SILPLAY.EXE 193K Demo: Stunt Island Looping Player Utility for Stores.
SINTRO.ZIP 249K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Stunt Island Intro" Synthesized Music.
SIPIC1.GIF 15K .GIF File. "Stunt Island" Preview Shot for Compuserve.
SIPLAY.EXE 196K DEMO: Stunt Island Film Player.
SIPREV.ZIP 22K .FLM File. "Jimmy Bondo" by George White.
SITIPS.TXT 7K INFO: Hints for first time film maker by David Plesic.
SITUTOR1.TXT 24K INFO: Keith Heitmann's Stunt Island Tutorial #1
SITUTOR2.TXT 16K INFO: Keith Heitmann's Stunt Island Tutorial #2
SMASH.ZIP 4K .FLM File. "Smash" by Billy Benson.
SMUGGL.ZIP 127K .FLM/.ALL/.SET Files. "Get Those Smugglers" by Jim Ross.
SPDKLS_1.ZIP 355K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Speed Kills - Part 1" by Michael Brunk
SPLANES.ZIP 318K .FLM/.ALL Files. "The Planes" Synthesized Music Version.
SPY1.ZIP 54K .FLM File. "Spy Planes" by Unknown.
SR71.ZIP 14K .FLM File. "SR-71s Under the Golden Gate" By Craig Weinman.
SR71FLM.FLM 78K .FLM File. "SR-71 Recon Mission" by Scott Chrismas.
SR71GGX2.ZIP 152K .FLM/.ALL Files. "SR71 Under Golden Gate x 2" by J.D. Bamboo
SR71UNDR.ZIP 121K .FLM/.ALL Files. "SR-71 Under Golden Gate" by Craig Weinman.
STALK.ZIP 24K .FLM File. "STALKED Sneak Preview" by Adam Soloway.
STEALTH.ZIP 311K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Your Worst Nightmare" by J.D. Bamboo.
STEALTHY.ZIP 311K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Stealth Fighter" by Jean Ladue.
STORMDX.ZIP 18K .FLM File "Desert Storm A-10 mission" By Patrick Hartman
STUNT1.ZIP 4K .SET File. "Aircraft and Objects Shoot Back" by Jim Wynn.
STUNT2.ZIP 3K .SET File. "Escape from the Tanks" by Jim Wynn.
SUNDRIVE.ZIP 46K .FLM File. "Sunday Drive" by James Blanck.
T2.ZIP 30K .FLM File. "T2" by Wayne Poe
T2ALL.ZIP 477K 488K .FLM/.ALL ".all file for Stunt Island film, T2.zip"
TAJMHALL.ZIP 2K .SET File. "Taj Mahall" by Edward Reno.
TAKEADIP.ZIP 35K .FLM File. "Take A Dip" by Chuck Kadish.
TAKELEAD.ZIP 499K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Take Me To Your Leader" by Lance Micklus.
TAKEOFF2.SET 2K .SET File. New take off set for stunt island by Seth Norman.
TARGDC10.FLM 10K .FLM File. "Target: DC-10" by Matt Cantrell.
TAXI-OFF.ZIP 22K .FLM file. "727 taxi to takeoff" by James Slayton.
TERMIN.ZIP 89K .FLM/.ALL Files. "The Terminator Redone" by Eric J. Floehr.
TERROR1.ZIP 146K .FLM File. "Terror of the Mausoleum" by Mark & Greg.
TERROR2.ZIP 404K .ALL File. "Terror of the Mausoleum" by Mark & Greg.
THE-TRIP.ZIP 183K .FLM File. "A Train Trip" by Tom Minton.
THECHASE.ZIP 55K .FLM File. "Police Chase" by James Blanck.
THEUFO.ZIP 59K .FLM File. "The UFO Encounter" by Kurt Frymire.
TIMINTRO.ZIP 17K My intro .flm, some of my stuff and some of yours from the demo.
TLL.ZIP 24K .FLM File. "Tim Loves Linda" by Tim.
TOPGUN.ZIP 29K .FLM File. "Top Gun" by Jimbo Barber.
TOPGUN2.ZIP 178K .FLM File. "Top Gun 2" by Tim Edmonds.
TOWER.ZIP 16K .FLM File. "The Devils Tower" by Kurt Frymire.
TOXO.ZIP 74K .FLM File. "Toxo-zombies" by David Plesic.
TRAILER.ZIP 605K .FLM/.ALL Trailer for "The Mediocre Facist Dictator of Boz"
TRAINA.ZIP 135K .FLM File. "Train Attacker" by James Slayton.
TRAINESC.ZIP 41K .FLM File. "Train Escape from The Fugitive" by R. Cheung.
TRAINKIL.ZIP 26K .FLM File. "A-10 Train Killer" by Barry Johnson.
TUTORIAL.FLM 24K .FLM File. Tutorial on how to do the barn storming stunt.
UFO.FLM 13K .FLM File "Ufo across the ocean"
UFOCRASH 35K "The End of the Alien Menace"- a stunt island film by Stacy Rasgon
UFO_1.ZIP 98K .FLM File. "UFO" by Yen Chin.
ULTRA.ZIP 49K .FLM File. "ULTRA" by Shogo Iwai.
UNDERBRG.ZIP 124K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Flying Under Golden Gate" by Lance Micklus
UNIFORM.ZIP 104K .FLM file. "Uniform" 11 minutes of mayhem. By Kieko Watanabe
VIETWAR.FLM 45K .FLM File. "The Vietnam War" by LynxJ from America OnLine
WAR.ZIP 140K .FLM File. "First Day Of The War" by James Frymire.
WARTHOG.ZIP 37K .FLM File. "A-10 Nightmare Commercial" by Steve Goode.
WINGWLK.ZIP 13K .FLM File. "Wing Walker" by Terry Day.
WOW#1ALL.ZIP 722K .ALL File. "Winds Of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 5 of 8
WOW#1FLM.ZIP 177K .FLM File. "Winds of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 1 of 8
WOW#2ALL.ZIP 543K .ALL File. "Winds Of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 6 of 8
WOW#2FLM.ZIP 136K .FLM File. "Winds of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 2 of 8
WOW#3ALL.ZIP 614K .ALL File. "Winds Of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 7 of 8
WOW#3FLM.ZIP 97K .FLM File. "Winds Of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 3 of 8
WOW#4ALL.ZIP 460K .ALL File. "Winds Of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 8 of 8
WOW#4FLM.ZIP 113K .FLM File. "Winds of War" by Keith Heitmann. File 4 of 8
WW1.ZIP 194K .FLM/.ALL Files. "WW1: The Zeppelin Attack" by Gene Davis.
X.ZIP 327K .FLM/.ALL Files. "X Marks The Spot" by J.D. Bamboo.
XMAS.ZIP 41K .FLM File. "Christmas Card" by James Blanck.
XXX.ZIP 496K .FLM/.ALL Files. "Suicidal Killer Cars" by G. Richardson.
ZEPPELIN.ZIP 123K .FLM File. "Zeppelin" by Tim Grey.
ZERODALL.ZIP 506K .ALL File. "ZEROFILM.ZIP" Digital Sound by Shogo Iwai.
ZEROFILM.ZIP 51K .FLM File. "Zero Stunt" by Shogo Iwai.
ZEROSALL.ZIP 257K .ALL File. "ZEROFILM.ZIP" MT-32 or AdLib by Shogo Iwai.
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@07@@CLS@@0F@Disney@0B@ @0F@Interactive BBS Rules-----
1. Have Fun! (This is Disney after all, so enjoy yourself!)
2. Be Nice! (The Golden Rule applies here, not the "He Who Has The Gold
Makes The Rules" version, we use the "Do Unto Others As You Would Have
Done Unto You" version! )
3. Don't upload pirated software of any kind. If you do, Mickey will
contact the proper authorities, he doesn't like pirates (unless they
are from the Carribean of course! ) Shareware or Public Domain
software only please!
4. Please UPLOAD files in the .ZIP format. We currently support version
2.04G of PKZIP.
If you don't have the utilties to create them, we have the following
files for IBM (DOS and OS/2) and AMIGA users in self extracting archives:
PKZ204G.EXE - The PKWare ZIP Utilities for DOS
PKZ102-2.EXE - The PKWare ZIP Utilities for OS/2
PKAZIP.RUN - The PKWare ZIP Utilities for AMIGA (May not work
with ZIPs created by the IBM 2.04 versions.)
5. Only official Disney Interactive demos or information can
be mailed to you. Any other files on this BBS must be downloaded.
6. Do not post ANY ideas for games on this BBS. Any ideas that are placed
on this BBS can be claimed as property of Disney Interactive. For your@0E@
@0E@ @0F@ own legal protection, please DO NOT post any ideas here!
The operators of this system reserve the right to suspend or delete the
account of any users who they feel are exhibiting conduct of an improper
nature. Threatening messages of any sort will be referred to the proper
@0E@Pursuant to the Electronic and Communications Privacy Act of 1986, 18
USC 2510 et. seq., Notice is Hereby Given that there are NO FACILITIES
PROVIDED BY THIS SYSTEM for SENDING or RECEIVING PRIVATE OR CONFIDENTIAL
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS. DO NOT use this system for ANY communication
for which the SENDER intends ONLY the SENDER and the INTENDED RECIPIENT(s)
to read. Notice is Hereby Given that all messages are read by the operators
of this system (SYSOP) WHETHER OR NOT they are the INTENDED RECIPIENT(s).
By your use of this system, you agree to HOLD HARMLESS the Operators Therof
against ANY and ALL CLAIMS arising out of said use NO MATTER THE CAUSE OR
@CLS@@0E@WARNING!!! California Penal Code 502(8)d in part, states:
Any person who maliciously ACCESSES, ALTERS, DELETES, DAMAGES, DESTROYS or
DISRUPTS the operation of any computer system, computer network, computer
program or data is guilty of a public offense. Any violation is punishable
by a fine not exceeding $10,000, or by imprisonment in the STATE PRISON for
18 months. In addition to any civil remedy available and for purposes of
actions authorized by this subdivision, the conduct of unemancipated minors
shall be imputed to the parent or legal guardian having control or custody
of the minor.
@0A@By your use of the system you are agreeing with all of the above terms. If
you do not understand and agree with all of the above terms please disconnect
now by typing +++ and pressing ENTER. All signup information is confidential
and will only be seen by authorized Disney Interactive personnel.
If you have any questions regarding these rules, please feel free to call
our Customer Service department at (800) 228-0988, and ask to speak to
@SYSOP@, available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time,
Monday through Friday. If you wish to read this file again, it is Bulletin
#1 on the@0E@ @0A@bulletin menu, or it can be downloaded as part of the BBSTIPS.TXT
file@0E@ @0A@available in file area #1.@0C@
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This document will be updated regularly to cover any issues that seem to
be a problem for users when using this BBS system. Please feel free
to make suggestions for other topics to cover in this file.
Connecting to the Disney BBS Properly
Many users call and complain that they are seeing lots of garbage
characters on their screens when they call the Disney BBS. While in
some cases this can be attributed to line noise or a bad connection,
often it is due to improperly set up communications software. During
your signup for this BBS, you were asked some questions about Color
and Lines. If your answer was Yes to those questions, and you are still
seeing garbage around the menus on this BBS, then your software is still
not set properly.
To properly connect with the Disney BBS, your computer system and
communications software should have the following options set.
1. Your communications program should be set up for 8 data bits.
2. Your communications software should be set for 1 stop bit.
3. Your communications software should be set for NO Parity.
4. Your communications software should be set to ANSI-BBS or ANSI Terminal
Emulation, if it does not support this emulation, use VT-100.
5. If you have an error-correcting modem, set AUTO RELIABLE to ON, and set
CTS/RTS Flow Control to ON in both the Modem, and in the Communications
software. Please consult the manuals of your modem and communications
software for directions on how to do this.
6. If you are able to change the screen font of your communications program,
select one that will display the extended ASCII character set. You
will know when you have the right font, since the garbage characters
will suddenly become lines instead of gibberish.
7. ANSI.SYS may need to be loaded in the CONFIG.SYS file. You need to
look in the manuals of your communications software to find out if
it's required. If you are not sure, add it in anyway. (Consult your
DOS manuals for how to set up ANSI.SYS) Non IBM (AMIGA, Macintosh)
users who are not able to do this or emulate the ANSI mode should
therefore select No for Color Menus.
If you have already selected Yes and are getting garbage on the screen,
go to the Main Menu and select Y for Your Settings, and change option 6
to No to turn off the color menus. You will then see only the plain
text menus that should display properly.
If you are still having trouble setting up your modem and communications
software after trying these options, consult your manuals or contact the
manufacturers of your modem and/or communications software for details on
setting them up.
Helpful Hints for the Disney Interactive BBS
Q: You advertise this BBS as a FREE BBS, but when I call it from Oklahoma,
I get charged on my phone bill. Why is that?
A: There are varying concepts of the word FREE. Many people prefer the
"I won't pay for any of it" version. Others understand it as "Nothing
is truly FREE". We here at the Disney BBS like to look at it as "You
don't have to pay for the Disney parts". To explain this further, we
don't charge you anything to use the services here on our computers in
the form of this BBS. The phone companies on the other hand will charge
you to use their phone lines to call our BBS. We do not have any control
on that. We post a phone number that is not a 1-800 number, so any tolls
or long distance charges incurred by calling our BBS are up to you. We
will go into some cost cutting measures later in this document.
Q: Why don't you have a 1-800 BBS?
A: Simply because 1-800 BBS systems tend to get used and abused by people
because they are FREE. We allow anyone who is interested in Disney
Software or the Disney company in general to access the information
on this BBS. We also have one or two areas that are of general interest,
but we mainly want our customers and possible future customers to have a
method to contact us and get important files for their games. If we
had a 1-800 BBS, we would have to spend too much time and money regulating
it to keep people off of it who wanted to use it for other purposes
because it is FREE. I have seen many 1-800 BBS' shut down for this very
Q: It costs me too much to call and look at all the messages and lists of
files, can't you make it easier for me to get what I need so I don't
spend so much money calling the BBS?
A: This is a common complaint from users, and we have always had the means
to save you time and money. From day 1 on this BBS, there has been a
file called ALLFILES.ZIP. It contains several things. A copy of the
BBS rules and this help information, a copy of the BBS Newsletter and
a complete list of all of the files currently available on the BBS. It
is archived in the EXE self extracting format for fast downloading and
viewing. You can use this list to save you time and money online by
reading it and deciding ahead of time which files you want to download.
When you login the next time, you can simply go to the files menu,
press D for Download, and type in the names of the files you want. Start
your download and choose to log off automatically. Please see the next
Q&A for another time saving techinque.
Q: There are so many interesting message on this BBS, but I call from New
York, and I can't afford to stay online to read and reply to them.
What can I do?
A: Many people ask us about this, and with the switch to the current Wildcat
BBS software, we have a solution. On the Message Menu there is an option
T for Tomcat. Tomcat is what is referred to as an OLMR, or Off Line
Mail Reader. You can use this option to download a .QWK (Quick) Mail
Packet. You would then use whatever off line mail reader you have on
your end to read the notes and write replies. The next time you visit
our BBS, you would upload your replies in a .REP file that your OLMR
automatically creates for you. This is a great time saving technique,
especially now that we are adding other message network to our message
base. The number of messages will be increasing quite a bit!
One of the other advantages of our OLMR is that it also provides you with
copies of the system Newsletter and Bulletins whenever they have been
updated, and a list of any new files on the BBS. If you are not down-
loading any large files, you could complete a session on the BBS in
under 5 minutes and enjoy all of the features of this BBS.
For your convenience, we have copies of several OLMR programs like
Off Line Express Test Drive, Blue Wave and WinQWK in file area 1.
Q: I can't find any of the files I am looking for. I only see three or
four file areas, where are the rest of them?
A: Another common problem. We have many different conferences available
here on the BBS. Topics, like Disney Software, Buena Vista Software,
Animator's Conference, Stunt Island, All Things Disney and the new
FIDOnet Disney Conference. Some of these conferences have access to
only a few of our file areas. For instance, the Animator's Conference
only has access to file areas related to Animation, so if you wanted
Stunt Island files while you were in the Animator's Conference, you
would not see that file area. Here's how to fix that.
Go to the Message Menu or the File Menu and look in the upper right
corner to see which conference you are currently in. Press J to bring
up the Join Conference option. If you don't know the number of the
conference you want to join, press L at the option that will appear when
you pressed J. A list off all the conferences you can access will appear.
Simply type in the number of the Conference you want to join, and then
take another look at the file lists. You will see a big difference.
The Private E-Mail, General Public Messages and Disney FIDO conferences
have access to ALL of the files available on the BBS. If you want to see
a list of everything we have to download, please use these conferences.
Some other tips we will flesh out in the next few days.
1. If you wish to post public messages to ALL users, use a conference
other than Private E-Mail.
2. If you have never been on this BBS before, DO NOT use the Search option
to find files. The List option will display a complete listing of all
the files on this system. If you only want to see files in a certain
area, after you press L to list the files, press L again to List File
Areas (these options appear right there onscreen to remind you), and then
select the number of the area you want to see. The list of files will
then scroll by one screen at a time.
3. When listing the files available on this system, you can use the Mark
option to mark the files you want to download. When you see a file you
want, press M. A new message will appear asking for the number of the
files you want, each file has a number to the left of it's description.
Simply type each of the numbers you want separated by a space, and press
ENTER. You will see the numbers you selected are now marked with an
asterisk. When you select Download, these files will be listed for you
in case you change your mind about any of them. If you still want them
all, select your download options, and the BBS will start sending them
4. If you want help from Disney or Buena Vista Software directly, do not
post public messages to ALL, rather, post them to DISNEY SUPPORT or SYSOP.
That way we will see the notes when we check them first thing in the
morning. Public messages to ALL can take as much as a week before
I see them on occasion!
5. If you upload a file, please post a short description of what the file
contains. If you don't, I have to figure it out, and I might just delete
the file. Please also try to use the format we use here to describe
your files. It makes things easier for other users!
6. Make suggestions! I can't make the BBS better without your suggestions!
7. TOMCAT Off-Line Mail is available here. Selecting this option will allow
you to download a packet of information from this BBS containing new
Messages, Bulletins, The Newsletter and File Descriptions. If your
communications software supports an Off-Line Mail Reader, this is a
great time saving option! You can answer notes and plan your next session
off-line, and save yourself some time the next time you log in! This will
be especially useful when the FIDOnet areas go online.
8. QMODEM 4.5 Test Drive is available here in the file areas in two separate
files. This communications software is the sister program to the
Wildcat BBS software that we use here. It supports most popular
protocols and allows you to add others. It has an Off-Line Mail Reader,
and is easily set up! If you download this and you like it, you may
want to consider upgrading to the full 5.0 or Pro versions which
offer even better features!
More help information will be available soon!
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@07@@CLS@@0F@How To Contact Disney Software Customer Service
@07@ @0E@ @07@ @8D@ATTENTION!! 800 number for support.@0E@
@0E@ @0B@Disney Interactive Customer Support now has an 800 number for your@0E@
@0E@ @0B@convenience: 1-800-228-0988. Technical support hours are Monday-@0E@
@0E@ @0B@Friday 7am-7pm PST and Saturday 8am-5pm PST. To help us provide@0E@
@0E@ @0B@better service, please be ready with information about the program@0E@
@0E@ @0B@causing the problem and your computer specifications.@0E@
@07@Great customer service depends on how easily your customers can reach you.
To that end, Disney Software and Buena Vista Software want you to be aware
of all the ways you can contact us for Customer Service and Technical
You can always write to us! We can be reached at the following addresses.
For Disney Software and Buena Vista Software for PC, MACINTOSH, AMIGA, C-64
and Apple II titles, our address is:
c/o Customer Support
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521-8460
You can call us Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and
Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. all times are Pacific Standard Time at:
(800) 228-0988 Disney Interactive Customer Support
(818) 846-0454 FAX (Please address FAXes to Customer Support)
FAXes are accepted 24 hours a day. Messages can be left in Voice
Mail 24 hours a day. Please be patient, due to the volume of calls
we receive, it can take up to three business days to respond to
You can find support on our Bulletin Board System (BBS) 24 hours a day!
(818) 567-4027 Disney Software/Buena Vista Software Support BBS
Settings are 8 data bits, No Parity and 1 stop bit.
VT-100 or ANSI Terminal Emulation. Please see Bulletin
#2 for more information or download BBSTIPS.TXT.
BBS INFO: Running Wildcat BBS Software on eight lines with Supra
V32bis. 14.4 fax/modems. Running since
1990. We currently have @TUSER@ active users,
many file areas and message conferences to choose from.
Echomail links to FIDOnet, with other message systems
like DisneyNET, RIME, Internet and Compuserve to be
We can also be reached on many other information services for your
convenience. Here is a listing of all our service I.D.'s on national
information services. You can send us E-Mail at any of these addresses:
America On-Line DisneySoft
You can leave private E-mail for our Customer Service Representatives or
leave a public message in the Disney Software area of this service
(CTRL-K: DISNEY SOFTWARE). We now have a support area available on this
service with a library of files related to our products, as well as a
message area for support.
You can leave private E-Mail for our Customer Service Representatives, or use
our public Disney Software/Buena Vista Software support area on Compuserve in
the Game Publishers B+ Forum (GO GAMBPUB). We have a library of files related
to our products, as well as a message area for support.
You can leave private E-Mail for our Customer Service Representatives, or
post public messages in either the Games Bulletin Board (M805 - Category 3,
Topic 28) or Disney RT (M195 - Category 31, Topic 1).
You can leave E-Mail for our Customer Service Representatives. Any of the
addresses shown can be used to contact us. The first and last IDs are the
best ones to use since it comes straight to our BBS.
Prodigy BWBF40A (Public Bulletin Board ID of Disney SYSOP)
You can leave private E-Mail for our Customer Service Representatives by
posting messages in the PC Connections (JUMP: SOFTWARECONNEX) area or posting
private Email from the Communications area. The Disney SYSOP also covers the
Game Club, Computer Club, Arts Club and Education Bulletin Boards. Use our
public I.D (shown above) to get a response in the Bulletin Boards.
We hope you will find this information useful.
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@0E@Internet 101 - How to use Internet Email on the Disney BBS
Q: I want someone to write to me from another system connected to
the Internet, where do I tell them to write?
A: We have very simple addresses here at the Disney Software BBS. You
are required to login to this BBS with your real name. Your Internet
ID on this system is a combination of your login name and a special
extension that identifies this BBS. The special extension is
Here is an example of how it works:
You login here as : @0A@Tom Slick@0E@
@0E@ Your Internet ID here would be : @0A@email@example.com@0C@
@0C@Make sure you put a period where the space normally goes in your full name.@0E@
@0E@Also make sure to type your address in lowercase letters. Some systems can't
use Uppercase characters, so to be on the safe side, always use lower case.
@0E@Q: How do I send email to someone on another system connected to the
A: If you want to send email to someone on another system, follow these
steps. You will need to know the Internet ID you are going to write to.
These steps are useless if you do not know the other persons Internet
1. Press M at the Main Menu to go to the Message Menu.
2. Press J to join a new conference. When you are asked which conference
to join, select 2 for the UUCP Email Conference.
3. When you are back at the Message Menu press A to Add a Message.
4. The prompt should say:
Add to: "002 - UUCP Email Internet" or [L]ist Conferences [ ]
Press ENTER to send a note via Internet, or type 2 and press ENTER
if you are not in the UUCP Email Conference to make sure you message
is going to the Internet.
5. Now the prompt should say:
To [ENTER] = Abort
Type in the Internet ID of the person you wish to send email to. If
it does not fit in the 25 spaces provided, just type their real name
and you will put their Internet ID in the first line of the message
later in these steps (See Step 8). Press ENTER.
The BBS may tell you that the name was not found in the User file.
Ignore this and press C to continue.
6. The Subject? prompt will now appear. Type in your subject for this
note. If you prefer a more descriptive subject that can be put in the
25 provided spaces, then type a . (period) and press ENTER. You can
put a longer subject on line 2 of your message (See Step 8).
7. You will now be at the message editing screen as shown below. If you
do not see such a screen, you may want to choose Y at the Main Menu and
select the Full Screen Editor for messages.
From: Tom Slick [ESCAPE] Save/Edit Menu
To: firstname.lastname@example.org [CTRL-Z] Display Help
Subject: Snidely Whiplash's Mustache [CTRL-V] Insert Mode: On
8. At this point, you can start typing in your message. However, if you
could not fit the Internet address of the person you are writing to
in the To field in step 5 above, you need to make the first line
of your message as follows to ensure it will get sent to them. I have
also shown how you can put a longer subject on line 2 of your message.
As you can see, the real name of the person I am writing to is in the
To: field, and their Internet ID, which was longer than 25 characters,
is on the first line of the message. This is very important if you
expect to get your message to the proper person.
From: Tom Slick [ESCAPE] Save/Edit Menu
To: Dudley DooRight [CTRL-Z] Display Help
Subject: . [CTRL-V] Insert Mode: On
1: TO: email@example.com
2: Subj: Snidely's unbearable waxed mustache!
That's it for Internet 101 for now. I hope these tips will make it easy for
you to use our system for Internet Email. We will be adding more information
to this section soon!@07@
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